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Philanthropy in Times of Great Political Divides in Latin America
As we near the October 2022 Brazilian election-cycle, we aim to open a discussion surrounding how polarized politics, transfers of power, and flaws in democracy affect social problems and consequently, social impact investment and philanthropy in the Latin American (LATAM) region. Moderated by Inês Mindlin Lafer, Brazilian social investor and philanthropic coach with a background in social work in the context of local governments, we’re uniting Steven Levitsky, Director of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) at Harvard University, in conversation with Gabriel Guerra Castellanos, Mexican political journalist and diplomat, to explore what philanthropy's role is in bridging divides and consolidating democracy in the midst and aftermath of the October elections. Philanthropists and social investors interested, or active, in the Latin American region are welcome to join us.

**SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST AND/OR TRANSLATION IN ENGLISH, PORTUGUESE AND SPANISH**

Sep 23, 2022 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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